June 3, 2009, - 2:44 pm

Guess the Religion: 12 Indicted in Multi-State US Slave Trafficking Ring

By Debbie Schlussel
Perhaps I should have titled this entry, “Religion of Peace and Slavery,” since we all know that slavery has been practiced by Islam and its adherents from the beginning of their religion to date.
We’ve all read the cases of Muslims in America who keep and abuse slaves. Charming slave masters (and rapists) like Denver’s Homaidan Al-Turki, after whose conviction the Colorado Attorney General flew to Saudi Arabia to apologize to the Saudi royals.
In case you don’t know, as I’ve frequently pointed out on this site, the Muslim and Arabic term for a Black person is “abed” or the plural “abeed”–slave or slaves. We all know who engaged in the slave trade, kidnapping Blacks and selling them into slavery.

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Well, old habits–especially centuries old habits–die hard. In case you can’t tell from the mostly obvious Muslim names of the 12 indictees in this case, you should keep in mind that Uzbekistan is a Muslim nation. Also keep in mind that there are tons of these Uzbek illegal alien slavery rings all over the U.S. particularly in urban New York. This is the one giant ring they went after. Plenty more where that came from, er . . . the religion where that came from.

Federal prosecutors say 12 people and three companies were involved in a scheme to lure illegal immigrants to the United States to work as “modern-day slaves” in 14 states. Prosecutors said many of the immigrants worked at businesses in the Kansas City area and in Branson.
Federal officials announced Wednesday that a federal grand jury in Kansas City issued a 45-count indictment against the 12 defendants that included labor racketeering, forced labor trafficking and immigration violations.
Prosecutors say the defendants used false information to get fake work visas for the foreign workers. Once in the United States, investigators said, many of the workers were threatened with deportation and forced to live in substandard apartments while working for inadequate pay.
The indictment says the conspiracy involved fraudulent labor leasing contracts in Missouri, Kansas, Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, South Carolina and Wyoming. . . .
Matt Whitworth, acting U.S. attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced Wednesday, . . . “Many of their employees were allegedly victims of human trafficking who were coerced to work in violation of the terms of their visa without proper pay and under the threat of deportation. The defendants also required them to reside together in crowded, substandard and overpriced apartments.”
Many of those workers, added Whitworth, were employed at hotels in the Kansas City area and in Branson, Mo.

Oh, yeah–you know, doing the work Americans “just won’t do”?

“The indictment alleges that this criminal enterprise lured victims to the United States under the guise of legitimate jobs and a better life, only to treat them as modern-day slaves under the threat of deportation,” said James Gibbons, acting special agent-in-charge, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. “The alleged conspiracy not only victimized foreign workers, but also defrauded U.S. businesses and displaced legal workers in the name of profit.” . . .
Abrorkhodja Askarkhodjaev, 30, Nodir Yunusov, 22, Rustamjon Shukurov, 21, citizens of Uzbekistan residing in Mission, Kan., Ilkham Fazilov, 44, Nodirbek Abdoollayev, 27, both citizens of Uzbekistan residing in Kansas City, Mo., Viorel Simon, 27, Alexandru Frumasache , 23, both citizens of Moldova residing in Kansas City, Kan., Kristin Dougherty, 49, of Ellisville, Mo., Andrew Cole, 53, of St. Charles, Mo., Abdukakhar Azizkhodjaev, 49, a citizen of Uzbekistan residing in Panama City, Fla., and Sandjar Agzamov, 27, and Jakhongir Kakhkharov, 29, both citizens of Uzbekistan who recently left the United States and are living abroad, as well as three companies owned or controlled by Askarkhodjaev – Giant Labor Solutions, headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., Crystal Management, headquartered in Mission, Kan., and Five Star Cleaning, headquartered in Overland Park, Kan. – were charged in a 45-count indictment returned under seal by a federal grand jury in Kansas City on May 6, 2009. That indictment was unsealed and made public upon the arrests and initial court appearances of eight defendants on Tuesday: Askarkhodjaev, Fazilov, Abdoollayev, Simon, Frumasache, Dougherty, Cole and Azizkhodjaev.

Congrats to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents who worked on this case and investigated these guys. If only we had ICE agents going after the international Muslim marriage fraud ring in Detroit with such gusto. Sadly, ICE and its Michigan chief Brian Moskowitz a/k/a “Abu Moskowitz” have chosen to look the other way on that one.

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4 Responses

DON’T WORRY…
…O’Blanko will pardon them.

yonason on June 3, 2009 at 3:29 pm

Can I guess first???
I guess Islam!!

gus on June 3, 2009 at 5:07 pm

Isn’t diversity wonderful?! How else are we to broaden and enhance our American culture if we don’t import muzlums who engage in the slave trade – just as they practice it in their home countries? Why, just reading this article should make you yearn to become a modern-day slave trader/owner.
How else are we going to teach our kids that human trafficking and slave ownership is a wonderful thing that we should strive for and emulate?
How else are we going to teach our kids what life is like in the glorious lands inhabited by the primitive muzlum tribes?
How else are we going to teach our kids about the human slave practices that are centerpieces of the intolerant islamic religion?
Yes, the LIBERALS have finally convinced me to: Celebrate diersity!

Thee_Bruno on June 4, 2009 at 3:55 pm

It’s refreshing to see that some ICE offices are still going after criminal aliens and their illicit operations for a change. The downside to that is someone will complain that the perpetrators rights were violated or some other unfounded allegation that will bring the OIG rat squad out of their sewers to cause more hate and miscontent in the pursuit of ruining lives and careers.
Watch your six-o’clock guys; ICE management (HQ) is NOT on your side…

ICEnomore on June 5, 2009 at 1:41 pm

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